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corundum 0.6.2

A corundum is a synthetic gemstone - including synthetic rubies. Ergo: a tool for synthesizing gems. Corundum starts with the outlook that gemspecs are relatively easy to work with, and that the opinion of the RubyGems team is that they should be treated as a configuration file, not a code file. Furthermore, Rake is a powerful, easy to use tool, and does admit the use of Ruby code to get the job done. The hard part about publishing gems is getting them into a state you'll be proud of. There's dozens of fiddly steps to putting together a gem fit for public consumption, and it's very easy to get some of them wrong. Corundum is a collection of Rake tasklibs, therefore, that will perform the entire process of releasing gems, including QA steps up front through packaging and releasing the gem

Versions:

  1. 0.6.2 - January 14, 2016 (160 ko)
  2. 0.6.1 - January 14, 2016 (160 ko)
  3. 0.6.0 - July 29, 2015 (162 ko)
  4. 0.5.0 - July 25, 2015 (162 ko)
  5. 0.4.1 - August 25, 2014 (160 ko)
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Dépendances de Development (1):

Auteurs:

  • Judson Lester, Evan Dorn

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Total de téléchargements 84 270

Pour cette version 1 290

Gemfile:
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installation:
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Licence:

MIT

Version de Ruby requise: >= 0

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